DEVELOPMENT UNDER SECTION 179 OF THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2000, AS AMENDED AND NOTICE PURSUANT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF PART 8, ARTICLE 81 OF THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, 2001, AS AMENDED
Notice is hereby given that Cork County Council proposes to carry out the following development:
Pedestrian and Cycle Route from Bury’s Bridge, Kilcoolishal to Carrigtwohill via Glounthaune
Along the L3004 (the former N25) road passing through the townlands of Dunkettle, Kilcoolishal, Ballyhennick, Glounthaune, Johnstown, Killahora, Killacloyne, Tullagreen, Carrigtwohill and Terrysland, Co. Cork.
Nature and extent of proposed development:
The Scheme involves the construction of a dedicated pedestrian and cycle route on the northern side of the L3004 (the former N25) road and includes the following:
- A general cross section of 3m wide shared pedestrian and cycle path with a 1m landscaped separation between the path and the public road where possible
- Formalised parking and controlled (i.e. traffic signals) pedestrian crossings
- New footpaths, ducting and LED public lighting
Please note that the above measures are shown graphically on the scheme drawings. An
Appropriate Assessment screening report and a Road Safety Audit also form part of this application.
Plans and particulars of the proposed development will be available for inspection for a period of 4 weeks, at the following venues and times: -
- In the Application Documents section selow.
- Lobby, Floor 11, County Hall, Cork between the hours of 09:00 and 17:00. The documents can be purchased for a fee of €15.00 per set at this location.
- Cork County Council Area Engineer’s Offices at Ballinaglanna, Glanmire and Townhall Cobh, Co. Cork between the hours of 09:00 and 17:00 on each working day during which the said offices are opened for the transaction of business, for a period beginning on Friday 10th January 2020 and ending on Monday 10th February 2020.
Submissions and observations with respect to the proposed development, dealing with the proper planning and sustainable development of the area in which the development would be situated, may be made online at www.yourcouncil.ie, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org , using the ‘submissions template’ linked below or in writing to Senior Engineer, Cork County Council, Traffic and Transportation, Floor 11, County Hall, Cork, on or before Monday 24th February 2020.
As per Article 81 of the Planning and Development Regulations 2001 (as amended), an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) screening determination has been made and a determination has been made that an EIA is not required. In accordance with Article 120 (3), as amended by S.I. No. 296 of 2018, a person may, within 4 weeks from the date of this notice (10th February 2020) apply to An Bord Pleanála for a screening determination as to whether the development would be likely to have significant effects on the environment. Such a submission should be addressed to the Secretary, An Bord Pleanála, 64, Marlborough Street, Dublin, 1.
Senior Engineer, Traffic and Transportation 10th January 2020
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